Here are 2 famous actors from South Africa died in 1974:
Fishka Rais was a South African actor.
Born in 1920 in Cape Town, Fishka Rais began his career as a stage actor before transitioning to television and film in the 1950s. He was known for his roles in South African productions such as "Sarie Marais" and "The Guest." Rais was also a pioneer for black actors in South Africa, often being one of the only black actors in predominantly white productions. He continued to act until his death in 1987 and remains a respected figure in South African theatre and film.
Rolf Lefebvre (October 12, 1916 Johannesburg-December 9, 1974) a.k.a. Rolf Lefeuvre was a South African actor.
He began his career in South Africa, working in radio and theatre. He later appeared in several notable international films and television shows including "The Dirty Dozen" (1967) and "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." (1966-1968). Lefebvre was also a skilled linguist, speaking six languages fluently. He was highly regarded for his work in supporting roles and was often cast in tough-guy roles due to his rugged looks and deep voice. Despite his success, Lefebvre struggled with alcoholism throughout his life and died from liver failure at the age of 58. His legacy lives on through his memorable performances on-screen.